coal-black


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coal-black

adj
(Colours) of a very dark black
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.coal-black - of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
Translations

coal-black

[ˈkəʊlˈblæk] ADJnegro como el carbón

coal-black

[ˈkəʊlˈblæk] adjnero/a come il carbone
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Indeed, at times it has appeared as if the 23-year-old has been descending into a coal-black cellar where no national selector has ever been known to venture.
The day after Emily started her "job" a strange, tall, well-dressed man of about 40, with coal-black hair and prominent bushy sideburns, visited the perfume counter and remarked upon her beauty, and he correctly guessed her unusual surname, then said she was the very image of her mother.
A flighty teen asks her grandmother for a loan to pay for an abortion a coal-black comedy featuring an inspired turn from Lily Tomlin.
McDonagh writes his clever, coal-black heart out, delivering another firecracker script, whose explosively entertaining execution boasts considerably more commercial potential than his previous two indies, "Calvary" and "The Guard.
A FLIGHTY teen asks her grandmother for a loan to pay for an abortion in a coal-black comedy featuring an inspired turn from Lily Tomlin.
Its only drawback is that it may start to give a display of its magnificent hooded blue flowers, wrapped in their coal-black bracts, as the first frosts bite.
So James, Nicky, Sean and Richey, thanks for the inspiration, the emotions, the coal-black eye make-up style which I have loved (not the boas though - too itchy) and most of all, the all-out eyes-closed singing along which I do without fail any time I hear your brilliant music.
Only the eyes remain that same, fixed in Sontag's trademark penetrating stare: uncompromising, serious, coal-black, and, for lack of a better term, burning.
When the coal-black Russian tank appeared he had dogs all over his back and shoulders, but these hunters had played this game before.
Based, extremely loosely, on a true story, Pain & Gain is a perfectly decent crime movie heightened by coal-black humour, mostly revolving around the villains' sheer stupidity.